98°, our favorite soulful boyband and the songs we want them to play in their upcoming Ph tour

98° was one of the boy bands that breakthrough during the mid-late 90s. But as a 90s boyband, they were a bit different from the rest. They didn’t dance; they mostly relied on their vocal abilities to serenade their fans. The members are also more masculine and “big” compared to other boy bands’ members. Most notably, they formed the group themselves, wrote their own songs, … Continue reading 98°, our favorite soulful boyband and the songs we want them to play in their upcoming Ph tour

#LigoLami Davao invasion

When we speak or hear of Ligo, we all know, whether we’re from Luzon, Visayas, or Mindanao, that it’s a sardines brand. However, I found out during the #LigoLami Davao City campaign that Ligo falls behind the Visayas and Mindanao market. Hence, they stepped up their marketing to cater to people from Visayas and Mindanao. Earlier this year, Ligo Sardines released the commercial, “Makahigugma Nga … Continue reading #LigoLami Davao invasion

The All-New Antonio’s Progressive Filipino Fare

One of Davao’s favorite restaurants, Antonio’s Bar and Grill just recently relaunched with a new concept. From Antonio’s Bar and Grill, they renamed it to Antonio’s Progressive Filipino Fare. Almost everything is new–from the restaurant look–lighting, design, to the dishes they offer. Of course, their classic dishes Bulalo, Pinapatok na Manok, Krispy Pata, and Lechon Kawali are there to stay–but improved. “As a Blue Post … Continue reading The All-New Antonio’s Progressive Filipino Fare

The New Davao Famous Restaurant: Nothing Beats Old Skool

You know that I don’t just promote brands and establishments, but the New Davao Famous is really worth blogging about. They never changed; they still offer the best Chinese dishes around the city. However, due to the fast urbanization and progress of Davao City, old restaurants like them seem to be out of place. Malls made it quite hard for old businesses to thrive, but … Continue reading The New Davao Famous Restaurant: Nothing Beats Old Skool